The Corvatsch ski area, which boasts the highest summit station in the Eastern Alps, lies in the heart of the Upper Engadin at between 1800 m and 3303 m a.s.l. Fourteen transport facilities and 120 kilometres of exquisitely prepared ski runs – including the longest floodlit night run in Switzerland – makes discerning skiers and snowboarders surpass their expectations.
In addition, six mountain restaurants in a breathtaking setting provide visitors with culinary highlights. However, the snowy landscape also offers visitors the opportunity to take a more leisurely hike on snowshoes, far away from the slopes.
A special highlight is the 4 km "King Run" leading from the Corvatsch via "Hahnensee" directly to the St. Moritz ski area!
Every Friday evening on the Corvatsch, partygoers and night owls come into their own. The longest floodlit ski piste in Switzerland has plenty to offer, from the magical experience of skiing down the mountain under a clear star filled sky right through to lively snow bars, theme parties and scene events. Snow Night is absolutely unique, both in the Engadin and in the entire alpine region.
The starting signal sounds out on the Furtschellas in Sils. From here, the route heads down towards the Corvatsch skiing area, which spreads out high above the village of Surlej. In no time at all, your skis hit the pistes of St. Moritz, from where you can make your way down to Marguns.
After a quick transfer to a different ski area, the slopes of the Piz Lagalb beckon you as you set off on the final stage down the 10 km-long Diavolezza glacier downhill run to Restaurant Morteratsch.
Or to put it in figures: there are at least 99 km of ski pistes, a 6666 m altitude difference, 33 highlights and 22 opportunities to stop and recover your strength at a mountain hut.
The route is marked with Snow Safari Signs. Attention! If the "Hahnensee" downhill run is closed, you will need to take the bus from Surlej (Corvatsch valley station) to St. Moritz (Signal valley station).